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Artwork Clean Up On Aisle Six!

Carson Davis Brown's art project titled "Mass" is a bit unusual. For his artwork, Brown collected various items from a big box store's vast selection of merchandise, and arrange them to create "visual disruptions in places of mass" stuff.

These art installations are made without permission ... "The works are made, photographed, then left to be experienced by passerby and ultimately dissembled by location staff," Brown wrote on his website. It's not exactly damaging vandalism, but it does create a lot of extra work for the people who work there.

View more over at Mass Project - via Hi-Fructose


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I truly hope these 'art installations' are very temporary. My mother was in a store that had laid shutters in a stack with the corners jutting out in all directions. One shutter's edge tripped her and she ended up with a broken collar bone. She was 85 at the time. The store assured her that they would pay for her medical bills then refused. Within minutes after she fell the shutters had all been removed so there were no pictures taken to prove their negligence.
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